Energy Efficiency Programmes and Incentives


Energy Efficiency Programme Office

EMA, together with the National Environment Agency (NEA), leads the Energy Efficiency Programme Office (E2PO).

The E2PO is a multi-agency committee that jointly promotes and facilitates the adoption of energy efficiency in Singapore. The committee comprises the following agencies:

  • Economic Development Board
  • Land Transport Authority
  • Building and Construction Authority
  • Housing and Development Board
  • Infocomm Authority of Singapore
  • Agency for Science, Technology and Research
  • Urban Redevelopment Authority
  • Jurong Town Corporation
  • National Research Foundation

The Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources and Ministry of Trade and Industry are also represented in the committee.

For more information on energy efficiency initiatives in Singapore, head to the Energy Efficient Singapore website.


Using data to help consumers reduce electricity consumption

EMA and SP Services launched an initiative in February 2014 to enable a pilot group of consumers to compare their electricity consumption in the last 6 months against the national average. They would also be able to compare against the average consumption of their neighbours living in similar housing types.

It is hoped that through such comparisons, consumers will be encouraged to reduce their electricity usage over time. SP Services will be enhancing the pilot with additional features, making this service available through other channels, such as mobile applications. SP Services also plans to include comparisons of gas and water consumption data in the next phase, as well as roll out bill comparison features to the printed utilities bill after gathering feedback from the pilot.

If you are interested to sign up or find out more, visit the SP Services website.


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